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What WERE SOME MAJOR EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (pbuh)
The Final Messenger of Allah (The One True God) ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 31 May '12 03:20 pm
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Birth, first revelation, pledge of Aquaba, treaty with jews & non muslims, battles of Badr & Ahzab, treaty of Hudaibiya, invitation to kings & world leaders, marriage to Umm habiba, haji pigrimage led by Abu bakr, last revelation, death!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 31 May '12 03:27 pm

 
  
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In 5 A.H. the Holy Prophet (S) received the commandment of Allah making Haj Wajib on all Muslims. In the following year he saw in a dream that he was actually performing the Haj along with his companions. He therefore decided to perform Haj that very year.
The Holy Prophet (S) announced to the Muslims that he intended to go for pilgrimage to Makka in the month of Zilqad of 6 A.H. The Muhajireen, who had migrated to Madina with the Holy Prophet (S), were delighted at this opportunity to return to their beloved home town. The Ansar, who were the original residents of Madina, were also keen to undertake this blessed journey. In all, about 1,400 Muslims prepared to accompany the Holy Prophet (S) to Makka.
The Holy Prophet (S) left Madina on schedule and sent an advance party to scout the route ahead and to warn him of any threat from the Quraish. He ordered the Muslims not to carry any arms other than swords. Along the journey, the Holy Prophet (S) and his companions put on their Ehram, ...more
Answered by anil garg, 02 Jun '12 01:49 am

 
  
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